Sunrise Speech and Myofunctional Therapy Sunrise Speech and Myofunctional Therapy

About Us

At Sunrise Speech, we strive to give you the best speech and language services possible. We keep therapy sessions fun, while ensuring each client is achieving his or her goal. We provide a casual and relaxed atmosphere, so that all clients feel comfortable with us. We are constantly updating our skills through continuing education to make sure you receive the therapy and knowledge you need to get the most out of your therapy experience.

Sunrise has been under current ownership since 2002. Doctors, teachers, child-care specialists, medical specialists, social workers, other S-LPs, dentists, and other clients continue to refer to us constantly. We have an excellent reputation throughout the community, and continue to grow our practice in order to serve you better.

Dara Shore – Speech-Language Pathologist

Dara Shore – Speech-Language Pathologist

Dara Shore

Dara is registered and in good standing with Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC), British Columbia Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (BCASLPA), College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC (CSHHPBC), and Hanen.
Dara’s bio

Carlie Dinwoodie - Speech Language Assistant

Carlie Dinwoodie – Speech Language Assistant

Carlie Dinwoodie

Carlie continues to be passionate about her job, her clients, and learning new strategies to help people achieve the most out of their speech and language therapy sessions. Carlie is registered and in good standing with Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC).
Carlie’s bio

Csaba Redey-Nagy - Speech-Language Pathologist

Csaba Redey-Nagy – Speech-Language Pathologist

Csaba Redey-Nagy

Csaba (pronounced chah-bah) was educated at the University College London, in England. His PhD will be awarded upon completion of his thesis. It is his eager interest in languages, linguistics and the biological basis of communication that led him to speech-language pathology, a field about which his keen curiosity has not dwindled ever since he received his first degree in speech-language pathology in 2003. The majority of his work has been in schools or clinics with the school-age population, but he also has some preschool experience.

Csaba is registered with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC, while also retaining his certified member status in the UK’s professional body the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.
Csaba’s bio

Seminat Oredegbe - Speech-Language Pathologist

Seminat Oredegbe – Speech-Language Pathologist

Seminat Oredegbe

Seminat is a Speech-Language Pathologist passionate about helping people with communication disorders and working closely with them to improve their quality of life. She completed her Master of Speech & Language Pathology at Curtin University, Perth Australia in 2016 and is a registered and active member of the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC (CSHHPBC).
Seminat’s bio

Sonya Gill - Speech-Language Pathologist

Sonya Gill – Speech-Language Pathologist

Sonya Gill

Sonya is a passionate Speech-Language Pathologist determined to support and help individuals and their families achieve communication goals as well as improve their quality of life. She has clinical experience in providing individualized communication assessment and management for adults and children in a wide range of settings including hospitals, schools, aged care facilities, and mental health clinics. She is registered with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC (CSHHPBC).
Sonya’s bio

Grace Tse - Speech-Language Pathologist

Grace Tse – Speech-Language Pathologist

Grace Tse

Grace loves being a speech-language pathologist. One of her favourite aspects of the profession is when her clients come to key moments in their therapy, like learning a previously challenging skill, and gaining confidence in themselves. Her clients can expect to be treated with respect, and to receive skilled support in their pursuit of specific speech, language, and communication outcomes.

Grace is in good standing with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of BC (CSHHPBC), and is a certified member of the American Hearing and Speech Association (ASHA).

Grace’s bio